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Heather Mills Considers Private Island Move To "Escape The Hate"

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More Heather Mills drama, ya’ll! A few days ago I received a fair share of cyberspace pats on the back when I declared that my previous support for Heather Mills was drifting after a slew of reports regarding her less than honest charity donations. Was my post the last straw?

The word on the street is that Mills has begged Sir Richard Branson to let her move to his private Caribbean island for a whole year to “escape the hate.” Heather believes, and I agree, that she’s received a massive downpour of hate since her divorce from Sir Paul McCartney and thinks a move is neccesary.

A source revealed: “She wants to spend a year there to rest and rebuild her life.She has been in touch with Sir Richard and she is confident he will allow her to live there for a while. Heather believes she has been subjected to unprecedented levels of hate since her split with Paul. Heather sees Necker as the ideal place to get away.”

The island costs £25,000 a day to rent, has two private beaches, swimming pools, tennis courts, a personal chef and access to water sports. However, the £2.2 million it will cost Heather to inhabit the island for a year is nothing compared to the £24.3 million divorce settlement she received from Paul McCartney. Will Heather be disappearing from the public eye? We’ll let you know as soon as we do! Stay tuned to Ecorazzi for all the latest Heather Mills gossip!

via: femalefirst.co.uk

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